Support for disabled students

We work hard to create an inclusive environment for all of our students and we will make every reasonable attempt to provide support if you have additional access needs.

We may be able to offer you support for:

  • Physical disabilities and impairments affecting mobility/access
  • Visual impairment
  • Learning difficulties
  • Autism
  • Mental health difficulties including depression and anxiety
  • Hidden disabilities and impairments including epilepsy, diabetes and chronic fatigue syndrome.

Specific support could include:

  • Support in the classroom or online
  • 1:1 support outside the classroom with assignments/coursework (delivered remotely or face to face)
  • Pastoral support
  • Special arrangements for exams
  • Modified learning materials
  • Adaptation of the classroom or online learning environment.
  • Access to specialist equipment including orthopaedic chairs, reading boards, radio aids, handheld recorders, adaptive IT hardware and large monitors

To be eligible for support, your disability must affect your learning.

For more information, contact the Access & Inclusion team:
  020 4534 0459


Disability advice sessions

If you have a disability and want to find out about the support we provide and your eligibility, you can book an advice session with a member of the Access & Inclusion Team.

The advice sessions are delivered remotely via telephone.

Various times and days, please book a session.

Book an advice session


Downloadable documents

Was this article helpful?
0 out of 3 found this helpful